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Rochard Review

Ever wanted to know what a G-Lifter is? It may sound like a toy for single women but it isn’t (that would be a waaay different game). It’s a portable gravity gun and your main tool in Rochard. This cartoony …

Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville Review

If you’ve played the previous Rebuild games, you’re in for a treat with Gangs of Deadsville. If you haven’t, this is a fantastic place to start. Described as “Sim City meets the Walking Dead”, you must lead your group of …

Super Time Force Ultra Review

Somewhere between Braid and Super Meat Boy lies the epileptic-fit-waiting-to-happen that is Super Time Force Ultra. As various members of the Super Time Force, lead by Commander Repeatski, you’re tasked with saving Earth from the evil Dr Infinity while occasionally …

Boo Bunny Plague Review

There are games we expect, like Call of Duty. There are games like Psychonauts which come completely out of left-field. Then there are insane games like Boo Bunny Plague, which come so far left of left-field that that they make …

Toast Time Review

Rarely has a single input control (of a single click) conjured up so much complexity, chaos and calories as Toast Time. Released first in 2013 for mobile, this level based tower-defensey shmup featuring a Toaster named Terry bakes its way …

Hack ‘n’ Slash Review

Hack ‘n’ Slash starts with a brilliant premise, but quickly overwhelms the player with its erratic difficulty curve. You play an adventurer very much in the mould of Legend of Zelda’s Link. The twist is that instead of a sword, …

Runers Review

Runers is a roguelike dungeon shooter utilizing many familiar elements of such games. At the start of a new adventure you may select a character class (defining your appearance and special skill) as well as an additional passive ability and …

Asteria Review

Indie developers have built up a reputation as risk-takers; willing to blend genres and ideas more readily than big developers in order to create the next big thing. Asteria follows this ideology, describable as Terraria in a grim and futuristic …

Transistor Review

Supergiant Games continues a trend of esoteric story telling with Transistor, a melancholic romp through the shell of a dying dystopia. You play as Red, a young woman rendered mute after she is attacked by the Camerata – a collection …

Roundabout Review

Roundabout’s arcadey action-puzzle gameplay is complimented perfectly by its goofy retro style. You play Georgio Manos, a limo driver with a twist – she never stops spinning. Getting her passengers from point A to point B while permanently revolving is …